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Savernake Lodge, Savernake

Description: Savernake Lodge

Grade: DL
Date Listed: 30 October 1987
Date Delisted: 09 September 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 311754

OS Grid Reference: SU2334766744
OS Grid Coordinates: 423347, 166744
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3993, -1.6658

Location: Ashlade Firs Road, Savernake, Wiltshire SN8 3HP

Locality: Savernake
County: Wiltshire
Country: England
Postcode: SN8 3HP

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Listing Text

The following building shall be deleted:


3/122 Savernake Lodge

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SU 26 NW
3/122 Savernake Lodge


Stable block and associated buildings, now house. Late C18 and
c1910. Painted brick with slate roof. One and 2 storeys. Main
range originally single storey with central 3 storey tower, and 3
storey end pavilion, and to rear single storey range, perhaps
original servants hall, now billiard room. Central hipped porch in
5th bay. Three-light timber casement windows to ground floor,
casement paned windows above. Left end has shaped gable, and tower
has central round merlons and hipped roof carrying clock tower.
Wing to rear has patterned glazing. Interior of rear range has
pine open trusses. The building is all that remains of Bagden
House, enlarged 1795 by Sir John Soane for Lord Bruce, son of 1st
Earl of Ailesbury and destroyed by fire in 1861. The site is that
of an earlier building, reputedly C14, one of the 2 lodges for the
rangers of Savernake Forest. Listed for historical interest.
(The Wardens of Savernake Forest, Earl of Cardigan (1949))

Listing NGR: SU2334766744

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Source: English Heritage

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